The database allows visitors to search for patent assets at all UT System institutions, and access Web pages that feature published technologies at UT institutions.
“The launch of this technology and research database with public search capabilities is the culmination of a vision UT System has had for quite some time,” said Barry Burgdorf, UT System vice chancellor and general counsel.
“It serves two important goals of the Board of Regents — transparency and heightened efforts to improve and extend the reach of our technology transfer across the UT System to generate revenue for sustaining the UT enterprise and economically impact the state of Texas for the good of its citizens,” Burgdorf said.
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